The UK’s 25-year environment plan, and whether outdoor learning or environmental education have anything to offer


Follow the link for a thought piece by Associate Editor, Bill Scott, on the values, adequacies and limitations of outdoor learning and environmental education, as well as what might just be missing from what’s on offer in a new 25 year plan by Defra, i.e. the environment ministry in the UK Government.

Did anyone mention avoiding glib talk about ‘Vitamin N’ and having a curriculum that faces up to demonstrating commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals? What do you think?

Source: The UK’s 25-year environment plan – UK NAEE

PS Another of Bill’s postings, examining the idea of the SDGs as a radical curriculum alternative.


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